(World Development Report)sustainable tourism is a well-developed concept. It is based on the recognition that the natural, social and economic systems of a country can be improved by environmentally-friendly tourism that addresses the needs of present and future generations. In a recent study, the World Tourism Organization (WWO) estimated that the use of sustainable tourism could create approximately $250 billion in global economic activity by 2030. (World Tourism Organization)The development of sustainable tourism is based on a number of principles.
(World Health Organization)Sustainable development means "achieving a high level of sustainability in all activities associated with a unique building structure." (World Health Organization)Sustainability is the focus of many of the initiatives of the World Bank. The objective of sustainable development is to achieve an improved level of living for all individuals and communities, and to achieve improved quality of life for the whole population.The World Bank's Sustainable Development Platform is a multistakeholder global framework for sustainable development. The Platform recognizes that economic development is an essential component of sustainable development and that the strong and sustainable development outlook is critical to success.The main objective of the World Bank is to promote policies that promote sustainable development in all its dimensions, to promote sustainable economic growth and to support the transition to a sustainable society.The World Bank's Sustainable Development Goals are a process for achieving sustainable development goals.
(World Tourism Organization)The totality of the World Tourism Organization's Sustainable Tourism Strategy is comprised of four pillars:Each of the four pillars represents the development of sustainable tourism management. The four pillars of sustainable tourism management are:The World Tourism Organization is in the process of developing an Action Plan to implement the four pillars of sustainable tourism management. (International Conference on Sustainable Tourism)These are the words of the International Conference on Sustainable Tourism held in Jakarta, Indonesia in July 2007. One of the key requirements of sustainable development is to achieve "the greatest possible social and environmental benefits while respecting nature and the diversity of cultures."
(Hendrickson, 2008) The current situation in the world of tourism is unsustainable. The world's population is expected to double by 2030, increasing the need for more and better accommodation for the increasing numbers. The number of people currently visiting the world's islands has more than doubled since the early 1970s. The number of tourists in the world's islands is expected to double by 2030, increasing the demand for more and better accommodation for the increasing numbers. The growing demand for accommodation in the world's islands is largely due to the increasing number of people coming to discover the world's natural and cultural treasures. (World Development Bank)We need to do 3 things.First, we need to make the money system work for us.
This means, first, financial reform to make us effective and honest and, second, a fundamental reworking of the banking system so that it can work for us instead of against us. This means dismantling the current system of banking and financial speculation, which has been the primary cause of the financial crisis.It seems that many people are not aware that the financial system is a cartel, with a single, very powerful, major bank dominating the world economy. They are either unaware that the banks are now too big to fail (as they were in 2008), or they don't care. Too much money is at stake.Only the working class can change this. Only the working class can bring the banks to their knees.The other issue is the destruction of ecological resources.
A major goal of sustainable development is the preservation of the natural environment. In other words, sustainable development is about building a better world, not just a better economy. The report also states that "Sustainable tourism is not only about achieving better returns for the people involved but also about the overall sustainability of the system." (World Tourism Organization) It's worth noting that sustainable development has been a major focus of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for years. A major project of the World Bank was to implement a "Sustainable Development Goals" for developing countries.
And even the World Bank has said that sustainable development is a central pillar of the IMF's mission. The World Tourism Organization also has a major role to play in this, as the organization works with governments to improve tourism to meet the needs of developing countries. The organization also supports the development of sustainable tourism centers, which are designed to help countries meet their own tourism goals.